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I am only a boy
I can’t say I’m a man
I’m not worthy enough
I’ve been to many places
I’ve met a lot of people
I also lost as much
I may look tough and scary
I’m really quite soft and cuddly
My name is Albert
That’s who I am
Just being myself is my game

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Posted by on July 1, 2011 in Poems


Summer Haiku

Full moon
call of Cicada’s
Great time for sake

Girls in yukata’s
fire works going boom
so is my heart

Sky tree
watching fireworks from above
feeling like heaven

Straw hat
wearing it slanted
you look good

Summer jobs
Summer love
All gone with the summer



Love is red and blue
It tastes like sweet chocolate when you kiss
It sounds like fireworks on a dark blue sky
It smells like flowers on spring
It looks like a bright star when she walks in
It makes me float on a cloud when thinking of her
Love is many things
But, I know you’re the only one I love



Is the color of people fading away
Is the color of time wasted
and memories of the day
Is the color wisdom
And grey
is the color of your kingdom



As darkness cover the city
Evil hunts and prowl
People cower and fear
Who will save us from the tear

Darker than the night
Here comes the Dark Knight

As he watches over Gotham
We have to admit he’s quite awesome
With a Joker making trouble
He makes it his business saving the people

He’s maybe a damned man
But, we can always rely on Batman


Angry Birds (Red bird ver.)

We come by the flock
But, we fly alone
Each of us have special talents
Well, I don’t

I’m red and covered with feathers
And I can only fly straight

I can’t multiply
I can’t lay an egg
I can’t explode
I can only fly straight

But, I don’t think I’m not needed
I have the heart of an eagle

I don’t have fear
I have only courage
I face the pigs and the monkeys head on
Because, I can fly straight

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Posted by on June 30, 2011 in Poems


The Observer

I’m a shadow cast in the plains
I look upon the people walking to make a living
I see their faces
I see them turmoil
I see their sadness
I see them put masks on their faces
I see their smiles
I see them lie
I see their fights
I see them cry
I see their hope
I see them living life to fullest
I see their wills breaking
I see them die
I again see their sadness
Again I see them cry
I see their deaths
I see them giving life
I see life come and go
But, I always see something left behind